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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta IPAOE TWO ,THE LETHBRIDGE^D A.ILY HERALD - � :_;___:_--^_� '. * �� ' � � * 0.______a TUESDAY, TEBRUARY 8, 1916 TONIGHT -PANTAGES UNEQDALLEDmUDEVlLLE-4 tet Aa^gM this is the only standard vaudeville playing the city-you can't go wrong'6y seeing this great BlU-better than last week's bill WXs- and that's go ino' SOMe "the girl from his town will positively be shown tonight. TOXIGIIT ONLY 5 ACTS THE INIMITABLE STAR 5 ACTS MARY PICKFORD IN A GIRL OF YESTERDAY PARAMOUNT PRODUCTIONS TOMORROW EXTRA, Hazel Dawn in The Masqueraders EMPRESQ-Charles Chaplin k",S TONIGHT out POSITIVELY LAST APPEARANCE OF THE GREAT CHAPLIN FEATURE-TOMORROW "THE DIAMOND FROM THE SKY" MAJESTIC 3?^,^^ THURS FRI & SAT. PHONE 1722 WEEK Mats, on Friday & Saturday $100.00 Reward if you Solve the Mystery Annie Abbott  The Supreme Mystery NOTE THE PRICES THOSE HARMONY BOYS The Lyric Fonv "Monarchs of Comedy" NIGHTS: 15c, 25c. 35c, 50c. MATINEES ANY SEAT 25c. CHILDREN 10c ANY SHOW THE DAINTY COMEDIENNE (ihulys Arnold In "The New Stenographer" ; The Mnsical Fre(lerk'k,s Clever Musical Act t. FOUR REELS NEW PICTURES MAJESTIC ORCHESTRA ADS SITUATIONS VACANT \V.VNTEI>-A sin or woman to work on farm 4 miles enatj of city. Steady job year roand. Vhow R-312. 'IP-6 W.VNTED-Good c'liergetlc man aa manager for Fernio. Co-Operatlvo Society, one with knowlodije of book-keoping preferred, applications to be in not later than the 'J 1st February. Apply stating salary required, Sec'y. Fernie Co-Operativo Sofity. 49-6 .The Greatest Vaudeville Biil Ever Seen Here. MAJESTIC, THURS., FRI., SAT. WANn^KD-At once, strong lad between 11 and 18, must be used to horses and able to milk. Apply Watts Dairy, near public cemetery. 49-li WANTED-Eixperieiiccd young lady to assist with ofllce work. Apply ^^ Keel. r.th St. South. 49-0 WANTED-A boy between the ages of 14 and 18 years. Apply Terrlll Floral Co. -iS-0 MAJESTIC PHONE 1722 i COMING TWO DAYS ONLY-Mon.-Tues. Feb. 21-22, twice dally at 2.15 and 8.15 The Basil Corporation, B. S. Courtenay, Manager, presents D. W. Griffith's 8th WONDER OF THE WORLD Big SyrTjphony- Orchestra. 3&-M^IJSlCIANS--30' The Greatest Aft Conquest since the betiinning of Civilization. PRICES : Nights:----50c, 75c, .$'1.00,1 $1.50 Matinees ....... 50c, 75c, $1.00 Mali orders now receivable. Seats at Hedleys Teb. 17th. . MAJESTIC TWO DAYS ONLY NEXT TUES.-WEDNESDAY FEB. 15th-leth The United Producinp Co., by special arrangement wich Bel-wynn and Co., New York, present the dramatic sensation of the decade Within the Law A' Play of Today by Bayard Vieller. - Price......$1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c. Seats at Hedleys Thursday. here, and Miss Gladys .\rnold, in her new sketch entitled "The New Ster.o-graplier" will round out an exceptionally good bill. The usiial run of new jiictures will be shown, and with the Majestic orchestra in another orchestral concert, the program leaves little to be desired in the way of good clean entertainment. WA.VTED-Responsible and energet-: ic married' couple required for dairy i fcinn. Both must milk and know their business. $(i0.00 per month the vear round, Applv I3ox 10, Herald. 1___^__4S--J-6 WANTED-A girl lor general house work. Apply Mrs. A. M. Marshall, 1214 5th Ave. South. 46-0 PohyExpress aiid Transfer coal- c.'o. d. Phone 632 tll8 Fifth Street South. PRAYING OF ALL KINDS WHAT THE Press Agent H SAYS ' Vaudeviiie Three ^ Days at Majestic  So great,hasi'teen Miss Annie Abbott's, success qVer Martin Beck's Ca-nadlaii circuit,'that the management qf-the Majestlot' Uieatre has been ad-U'fsed by their Chicago booking office fhat'it is advlstible to- play the bill on M'hrcli ,MiBs Abbott appears for three days,' Instead of the usjial run of tw'o Idays:' Cohsequentli-, ~ the slandj)rd jvaisdeville at- the Majestic' wfli bpfen �ohiTliursday night this week, Instjead of -Friday as  heretofore. Just what constitutes Miss Abbott's performance ,: 1� a mystery, which, in justice to ^ jihose who intend seeing her at the DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. ',; Limited. Offlce-7-C. 'P- B.. Freight Sheoi.  . PHONES: Office .......... Stable* -- Slajeatic this week, would be unfair ^i*^ disclose before her initial appeur-V.:jance here. SuHice it to say tliac AFias jXbhatt presents the greatest sur-1 ijrise, and most astounding act at 'jpresenl in vaudeville. .\n offer of one Ihundred dollars is made by hftr man-lager to anyone who can solve the I'mystery. Further particulars con-!,cerriing the nature of her ofiorius will appear in this column louiorrow. '"' Oji the same bill with Miss-Abboit will he. Heen three othtn- good aci.s. 'The Lyric Four, slyied "tlie monarclis of "harmony," will be hcani in a distinctly new offering.: The .Musical .-.Prederlcka will i)r|B8ent one of the i^!' elasBleet niualcal, acts ever heard Pantages Bill is Drawing Crowds � Last night's P&ntages vaudeville, at the Orpheum made a big hit, and: entertained a pacbjed, hohsej , Seldjom has so much taJeiH been shmvu- on the stage. EachTaci i'fe in a.class by itself. The bill will be presented complete again tonight. ' For good clean comedy one has only to hear Tommy Allen and her bevy of comedy artists. SouieUiins different is presented by them, and the act is worth the price of admis. sion alone. ' , - i Cook and Rithert^.are tniTy artists in their line. They do about everything human heings can do without breaking their necks. Tlieir tumbling is the acme of this art. Gus Reed and Neil Wood display talents that make it worth while hcarln.g them again. Reed's roice is about the biggest, deepest ever heard here. .Miss Wood Is an artist at the piano. They have a dandy line of comedy patter. Allen and Andrews will'take you I back to baby days. Don'ttatl to see Uhis act. , . , The pictures are as good as ever. At the Maj^stit; The .Maxim -Silencer, 'a- recent invention which.-.eJJjntoatcs aU noise, the discharge and explosion of a gun or revolver, is � used  'ivifliexcellent effect in "Within the Law." Tiae.play will be produced at the'MajeBtlcV'the-atre two nights'only, :next. Tuesday and Wednesday, Feb.' 15th and-afith. Seats will be rpady at Hedleys on I Thursday morning. �TEACHER WANTED-nurdett, S. D. .' No. 20SS, duties to commence Feb. I lath. Married man preferred. Ad- ; dress all answers to P.A. Lumbard, Secretary, Burdett, Alta. State class of certificate and salary expected. 48-6 AVA.NTBD-Men and n:omen to learn barberiug. Wages ..-while learning; tools free. Situatlonf^uaranteed. Information, book of inpt.ructions-mail-od Xree. -.Oijlgary Ba'iiber College, 815 Centre St., near C.P.R. depot. 3a-0 W.-VN'TED-AIen,,ab)l wonen to learii barber trade ; -eigtit .>veeVs quatlfl^s ; tools free;-; wag'eV.while je:irnin(;,;" positions guaran'tced ; ilh'istrated"cata-l0!;ue .ind particulars free. Moler Barber College, t)04a Centre St., Cal-garvv_ 37-0 TO RENT TO RENT - Well rurnlshod, light, warm,; front room ronsonnble. Suitable fbr-l or scr.tlpmea. Apply 701 -Btii Ave. S. ' 47-(I TO RENT-in tlie Victoria ManslonK one small furnished housekeeping suite, fr\lh private bath, no children. Apply t6. the Mansions office, 3ra Ave. S., Vhono ti3(l.'___l^TJl 'O RENT-liouso No. 528, l.lth St, '.outh, fully modern and furnished, .pply h. S. Rlploy * Co., 714 .Ird Ave. Soiith. 45-0 TO RliVT-South lialf of Section" 17. township 11, Range 21, 200 acres broke, 90 acres summertallow. Good well and windmill. Apply Albert Pchnieder, 8 miles north of Diamond City, Alta. 4,")-(! ROOM TO ihCNT-Nicoly furnished, one block south of central school; breakfast It desired; 023 0th Street Jouth. XXX rooms wanted ROOMS WANTI-:D-Anyone with one or moro rpoms to rent for third week in Febiunry, write Bo.\- :;,">, city. 40--� BOARD AND ROOMS BOARD AND ROOM-Apply to Mrs. Brook, 402 13th St. North. 34-0 LOST AND FOUND FOUND-A sack of wheat. Owner can have same by paying for adv. Apply T. Squires, Street Ry. 49-1 LOST-Saturday on i3th St. N., one parcel clothing, etc. Finder please phone 120(i. Reward. 47-2 LAND WANTED TO RENT or work on shares by competent man, improved farm with Implements. Irrigation preferred. Apply Box 6, Herald 4(!-() JUDICIAL SALE OF FARM LANDS SITUATIONS- WANTED WANTED-Position in office or outside work b^. young man with high school education, and ambitious. Experienced, references. Apply -Box 30 Herald. � � 42-x WANTED-By a lady sales clerk, position in a dry goods store or Department store. , .Gooil experience and can supply first class references. Apply box 12 Heralf; 46-6 WANTED-By a young lady, position in dentist's'DTfi.c&.;';Exper{enced, can supply references. Apply Box 1-Herald. _ - � V 4e-6 WANTKb-Grain or.cgal hauling work by contract. Applyjl'hQne 1845. ,,49-6 MISCEILANEOIJS- FOR SAX E 1163 1064 After seeing !'The Birth of a Nation" the weary world, renews its faitii in the press agent, for nothing that has'"yet been said'of David Wark Grimth's superb production has> yot e.vpreased one-tenth of its' wonders. .\rid let one stay away from It beoanse they think It is a mere "pictij're show" for if they do stay away they will miss jthe linesli of the drama of the future that has yet been given to tlie world: fOR-SALE>-V concert,'gjand piano, 1 Regal piano, 1 No. "y-ltenjlngtoh typewriter, 1 cream-sepatfttor, 3 safes, 1 (lat.Jop- deskj .1. Singer; .Shoenjaker's latching machine,'stoves,.ranges and a full house of high: class household goods at the right'-pTices. City Second Hand Store, 406 .^th Street South. Phone 1428. 49-6 FOR SALE-Used piano, $180.00-in good order. Mason &, Risch. 47-0 FOR SALE-Used organ, was $90.00. now 38.00. Mason &. Risch, Balmoral Block. 47-0 FOR SALE-Good, horse and buggy cheajx Apply 134 16th'St.. N. 44-0 ' HORSES bought and .sold. H. O. Rollag, Lethbridgo Sales Barn, 324, ,3rd St. S. Phone 1552. L 49-6 On FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11th i50,Head of Work Horses',-mares'ja'nd ge'ldinas from,3 to 8 yrs old. One'^V^glstere?! C/ydeadaJe Stalllon"EIInflrbne Cornation" No 13033 �.rljilng.four years bid. ','.;_ A> Oflfl'registered Porcheroni'Staili(5n,', five years old. Two Registered Shorthorn-Bulls. � Four Registered Hereford' Bul|s,fo(ur, J-ears, old. % Alstf harness ana wagons.  �'','{ ' �-M i') i ' SALE TO COMMENCE AT ON^E O'CLOCK SHARP '� � --TERMS CA?f^', I / ; � " ' 0,. 9,,i ROLl,OG, Proprietor. . ji .!.{? j^- SMITH, Auct. Salberg Graiii Co, SPBCJAL ATTENTION.PAID TO SHIP-ME":s^TS OP GllAIN TO MOOSE JAW J At StiU'laiKl I the last time tonight will be ' .shv'wn the great I'uramfJunt pictiT>v against a I'.ang; of continental crooUs. v.'ho arc after n famous tiara of pearls, llow �he outwits them anil l)rin!/s t!;Crn'to' ju.ftice is .shown with many thrills in the nictire. The man wlm nlavs the d.tc ti'.e rislcd his life fo r times to ma.c this picture �.arciiRul Circi.s tju-eu." At the Empress In "The Knocli-Out," at the Em-priss, Charlie Chaplin uKain ptovCs himself to be a wonder, Tlie pictjrc feat :r� is "Th3 Kiu-sliip oi Courage." Carlos Dunning "is the lawless son of the most famous law-malier the slate of Arizona fc\er I had. .Vt last he nieu.s Olive Tetiiple, I He resolves to liehave. himiiclf. But hi.s old a.sKocintcs in ilie West .will not let him alone. Dunning kocs to ; New Vor'i to hu/.in liie o''er ajrain. ' There he onto niore r.>e5tH OJlve. The, .shadow of ijn nid di.sari'C^, howp.vcr, falls be^wen the two yohnf; pBoplc; and Duiminfe is ahoi t Co �iap|)ili' mivrriod. .FOR SALE-Alfaira,- timothy,' inlxmi hay, .bluejolnt and a straw, re^dy for promtif shipraenf. All' hay inspiBcted on farmers'. "wagons.' National Hay AHsoclatlon grade.'},. -.F,arm protjucta 'Limited,. 204, Sherlock Bldg,' Phone M 77.; V R.e�idencQ :� Phone. 36a. , 9-0 FOR ,SALE-Soft leather soled boot-lees for babfes, .buttoned and laced, iiOc per pair, Wednesday only. 318 13lh St. North. ' - 40-1 LET US make you an offer for your furiiiluro. All our transactions are spot cash. It you want a sciuaro deal, 'leal at the City Second Hand Store, the house with a reputation. 406 Cth .S't. South. Phono 142S. -49-0 vVANTEU-'fo buy three teams ot ,vork mares. Apply-giving full partic-jlars to Box 9, Herald. 4u-6 Pursuant to .Tudgment and final order for sale in an action In the Supreme Court of Alberta, .ludicml iJis-U'Ut of Lethbrldge No. 17er cent of the purchasi? price to the Plaintiff, or its solicitors, and the remainder ot the purchase price to be paid to the Clerk of this Honourable Court at the City of Lethbridge within ninety days without interest; or at tho option of the purchaser, fifteen per cent down by way ot deposit as aforesaid, ten per cent in ninety, days without interest and the balance in two equal Installments payable respectively In one and two years from date of sale with interest at the rate of eight (8) per cent per annum from -date of sale. Upon payment ot tho said deposit of fifteen per cent tho purchaser is to have immediate possession, and upon payment of the whole of the purchase price shall be entitled to sx Transfer or Vesting Order, In all other respects the tenn.i and conditions of sale shall bo the standing conditions ot the Supreme Court of Alberta. Further particulars will lie made known on date of sale and cnn bo obtained upon aoplication to the undersigned, sollcltoi-s. Dated at Calgary, Alhortn, thifl 2oth day of .Tflnuary, A. D., 1916. . , Clarke, Cordon, iMncleod & Co.. Solicitors for Plaintiff. Approved: L. F. Clari-y." No Y. WANTED-a secohd hand 32 or 40 h.p. Reeves plowing engine, Alberta boiler; must he In good condition. State register number and price to ""loliou & Sons, Stavely, Alta, Box 67.___ , 49-26 \va.NTKD' - "F." a. KogerB will buy second hand clothing, furniture, .toves, harness, etc. Nothing too large or too small for us to handle. Best tiriees given. Post card will bring prompt attention. 711 12th St. A. N. _____� Vv'an'ri i)-Brooder, oirdbor i)rfjfer~ lod, 'will pay cash. Apply HoxD, tiorakl. ..... ,4fi-0 1)1,AC!KS.MITH. Skates hollow ground W6b:l 'Bplil ' yiullRys mude to order, v.-ood turning, band saw works and rljiping. One pair ot light delivery bobs, one llglit sleigh and one delivery, wagon for %alo, 1', A. Harding, 1401 4th, Ave, N. ' '. 47-C EXCURSION TO PAGiFIC COAST �34,10 TO Vsuit'ouver, Victoria uih! New WcstiuiiiHter dates' OF sale-FEBRUARY 8, 9, 10, and 11 RETURN limit APRIL 30, 1916 Further information from �[� 's. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, Lethbridge, or, �r. DAWSON, Dli^trlct Passenger Agent, ,. "Calgary, ^ ' |R0^PSSI0NAL CARDS ' ' MAsaXcE ' I MEDICAL SUPERPL0U3 HAIR REMOVED- SHfMpoOl,ng-MIsa k.t'm.' Hoimss gradnnto 'of'the Pcntis.vlvania Orth-opaorttc Inatltute, Medical Maesage and OjrmnRstlcs (Swedish). Electrl. cal vibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments, F.lectrolysls and Shampooing Treatments given by appointment only. Boom 1 Hull Blk chiropractors SMITH & SMITH-H.vrum Smith and June B. Smith-Chlropr.ictlc spina' ndjustmeuts wtll cure your chronic complaints. Call m and talk It over Office in residence. 903 7th Avo. S Hours 10-12; ' 2-6; 9. Phon' 1677. 43-23 PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van HaarleiLs Private Hospital and Maternltv Home. Sp>>clal rates giv en ou application. 12L'4 7th Avenue South.. Phono 746. PRIVATE, HOSPITAL - M. and P. Phillips, graduate nurses. 704 6th Avo. South. Phono 315. 47-0 VI AVI viavi (The Herbal Home Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) All communications to Mrs. O. Thomas, 619 10th Street South. 31-0 osteopath dr. sara B, detwiler, 31R Sherlock Block, Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p. m. Evenings by appointment. Phone 1521. . , . . � 33_25 DYEING AND CLEANING THE VALET-Speclallstfl In French Dry Cleaning; giiaranteed to turn out every piece of work at its bpst. Only the most sclcntiflo mthod9 applied without Injury to garments. Our work is sure to please vou Collect and deliver. Phono 1812 324 Sixth Street South. OUR CITY DYEING AND CLEAN. ING WORKS-Purs re-mado and cleaned; suits made to order; best work. Only dyeing works In the city. Phone 444. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, Licensed Auctioneer. I All 'tlnds ot sales conducted Terms ' reasonaole. . Prompt settlements Job lots of stocks ot mercnandi.^e prrchajied. I' will also buy the en fire contents ot fiirnijihod houses Head olfice at the Wilson Fiimlture COm 416 JSth St, NortQ Lothhridgc, Prone 1023. DR. W. 8. GALBRAITH-PhyBlolan, Surgeon, Accviucher. Hours 2-S; 7-8 p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue, Pbona 125.r DR. TAYLOR-Bar. Eye, Nose ana Throat; UB Sherlock Bldg. Oltlca bourn 10-12; 2-6; ovonings by ajv poiatment. Phones: Oftico 341. Ro-etdcuco &93. DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY & JAMIE-SON-Oftico. 100 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 319; iResldonco 1090.. ' Office hours: 11 to 13 a.m.; l.SO 'to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. DENTAL DR. M. J. GIBSON-Dentist, graduate of Ro.val College of Dental Surgeona Toronto, and holder ot a Dominion Dfntal Certincato. Office: Rooms B and 6 Rryan Block, Phone 1071. DR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist fsuccessof to Urs. Courtlco fi Gilchrist)-Graduate Unlvoraity ot Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9. .Mardonnid Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridge. Alta. 170-0 OPS. MARRS and MARRS-Dentists. Successor."! to Drs. Stewart and Mo-Clure Honrs; 9 fn 5. Office, HIg-InboOiam Block. Phone 374, DR. E C. SlMMriNOS-Dentist. mPTO-her of Royal College ot Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal College of Physicians iLondon.) L.D.S. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5 Office- 6-8 HIg. Inbotham Block. Phone 1616. UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTERLY-r.pndlnc: Funpral Director and Embalmer; also agent for tho Somerville Marble & Granite Works ot Calgary. Office oppo-Bite Court House. Phono 561. Re-sidencp 284 7th Ave. S., Phono 1176. Open day and night s, Y. hurst-Embalmer & Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avnuo Poiith. Phone 1802. Open night and day. music MISS AILEEN M. JONES is opening a class In Pianoforte Playing and Theory under the direction of Mr, H. C. C. Salmon. Candidates prepared for tho examinations ot the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, Eng., For further particulars, apply to H, C. C. Salmon, 1259 5th Avo. S. PROF. M. E. RYGG, Violinist, instruc tor In stringed and brns.-j in.stru-mcnts. Phone 1677. 903 7th Ave. South. Lethbridge. Alta. 3,-)-0 FRANK WADDINGTDN-It you are contemplating an auction sale of your farming stock, stock-in-trade or . household goods and effects, cchsult Frank Waddihgton, Leth-brldiie, who will give you expert service on reasonable terms: Twenty years' experience. 266-0 MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, teacher of piano, harmony and theory. Over ton years' teaclilng experience. Beginners and advanced pupils accepted. Studio 1226 5th Ave. A. Soutli, Phone 130S. 44-13 PIANO TUNING G. h. cripps, expert tuner- Plarer-Plano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory oxperlence. Honours CertJflcale MT. Assn.. London, England. Reference to the leading musicians ot the city. Phono 1108. 1253 6th Ave. A South. Notice to Creditors In the matter ot The Bulk Sales Act of Alberta, and in the matter of HOP SING, OF BARONS, Vendor And YEE CHONG, OF LETHBRIDGE, Purchaser. NOTICE Is liereby given pursuant to the provisions of The Bulk Sales Act of Alberta, titat tlie abovo named purchaser, liaving purchased from tho abovo named vendor certain goods, wares and inerchandlBo In bulk,- has paid or delivered to the undersigned, as OlTlcial Assignee, part of tlio purchase price thereof, consisting ot moneys and securities for money, amonntinj? in all to ?500.00 as required by the said Act. The creditors of the said vendor are hereby notifled to meet In tho office of The Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited, at 220 iillghtlf Avenue West, Calgary, Alberta, at tho hour of 3 o'clock in tlio afternoon on Friday tho lllh'' day of February, 1916, for the purpose of the giving of directions with reference to the ; realization aitd dispoBnl of tho said j moneys and' securities. iCvery creditor or person claiming to bo entitled to rank on the said moneys and socurltloa Is roquirod, to deliver or send i)OSt paid .to the under, signed Oiricial Assigncfe ou or before tho 29th day of February, A.D. 1916, particulars of Ills claim verified by statutory declaration, and aucli vouchors, as the nati|ro of tho case admits, and i^tating' whe'her he .holds any security tor his claim or any part thereof, and putting a special valuo on such security (If any) in accordance with tho. said Ai^t. Dutfd at Cnlgury. Albortn, this 3XBt day of January, A.U, IfllC. Tho /i-UHts and Guarantee Cotn-vany, Um'ted, Ol)U:lal Ae'^lgnPO, � IX. A. HOWARD, Manager; A�. No. X, DRESSES DRESSMAKING AND SEWING- Wanted dally. Miss Rutter, care ot 410 5tli Ave. South. 44-0 DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-The Decora^ ore, Paperb angers and Painters; Kalsomlniitg, Oeueral Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates glveu. Tho oldest established Painters In Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472; offloo phono 1752, Sherlock Bldg., Lethbridge, Alta, 150-0 HAY, GRAIN, PEED BALED HAY AND STRAW-Feed ol all kinds. Carloads or less, .Iniiuirt for quotatlona when buying or sell. Ing- We are In touch with the best msrkets. Storage space for rent , F.xcellent baaeiincnt tor puitshablo goods. Hyde ft Saunders. Phone 1244 P. o. Box U2. 167-0 W. A. HENDERSON A COY. LethbrldQo : : : Madlcin* hat ., Winnipeg ChBrtored Accountant* i'x;ountancy In all its branches: AudU, Secretarial. Advisory, SyBteroatlzlng; and Trust Wont, luves-lifiatluua, . Lliiuidatioaa. : -I- ; �� Acadia Bulidltig, Lethbrlag* Resident R. J, RITCHIE PATEHSONt': Ch�rt�ired AccounUnt (Sf ot) Geo. K. Dixon & Co. FURNACE WORK Sheet Metal Coiitra'ctbra' , PHONE 1067. P,.0, BOX 634 Otllco: npar .Staittord Block. ; ;